Just when you think the stupid can’t get any stupider.
Journalist extraordinaire, Tracee Hutchinson, declares:
“Our flag has become a participant in something that could easily be mistaken for a white supremacist movement.”
Only for those who are gravely mistaken Tracee.
“Yet instead of addressing the root cause of increased cross-cultural tensions, politicians and commentators of all persuasions chose to beat up a couple of concert promoters who dared say out loud what is rumbling in the underbelly of
Concert promoters are globally esteemed for their political wisdom, astuteness and searing intellects.
Imagine if you cross the road to go to work tomorrow Tracee, and you get hit by a car, doing you real damage? Imagine the outcry, that some car driving idiot was allowed out on the roads, in a car induced frenzy?
Yes, yes, let’s sit around imaging all the bad things that can happen in the world and PREVENT them, right now!
Let’s especially imagine a flag induced frenzy! Little Aussies all over the land, flags wrapped in frenzied sarong-style around their hips.
“This week's hysterical flag furore is just the latest in a series of distractions from the main game — that notion of an Australian identity that is inclusive not exclusive.”
Who exactly is hysterical then?
“Perhaps the time has finally arrived to come up with a flag that unites, not divides, us. To be reminded of a country that welcomes not rejects. A country that makes peace with its past and looks to its future with self-determined optimism and hope. A country we can all feel proud to be part of.”
Sure, let’s change the flag now, and then we can change it again when we become a republic. An excellent job creation scheme and boost to the economy.
Shall we have happy rainbow flag perhaps, with little yellow smiley faces? Over which flag induced frenzy will be forbidden?